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highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is just about here and it doesn't look too bad with highs back in the upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late friday night and should last throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday. stephanie: let's get into the top five this morning.... stephanie: it was an emotional gathering last night in madrid as hundreds and
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to remember coach randy hinkel. there were tears, but also smiles and laughter as current and former players, friends and family came together to look back on his 29 years at the high school. stephanie: in the number two spot this morning... stephanie: presidential candidates like to make a splash when they come to town-- with mega events or celebrity endorsements. one man in west des moines, however,.. is getting noticed for something that's in his front driveway... which has become a neighborhood controversy. stephanie: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... stephanie: family-run business is a total loss after a fire wednesday morning. it happened at "auto parts on maury"- a salvage shop on maury street in des moines. family members running the business were there when it started- luckily no one was injured. but they say nearly everything was lost. sabrina: elias: number four... stephanie: though the metro heard a few thunder claps yesterday afternoon, we missed the tornados that hit the south and over in parts of western illinois. communities down there are recuperating after a string of strong storms and tornados whipped through
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sabrina: elias: and finally in the top five... stephanie: black lives matter protesters caused huge disruptions for mall of america shoppers and holiday travelers at the minneapolis - saint paul international airport. they were protesting the deadly shooting of jamar clark by minneapolis police - and the way law enforcement is handling the investigation. stephanie/ots: a sioux city couple says a new device for heart patients is giving them peace of mind, and giving them their life back. george davis is struggling with heart problems, but he's excited about this new tool to keep him out of the hospital. local 5's jenna rehnstrom reports. " he could just not wake up one day, you know um, sorry. linda davis fights back tears when she talks about the health complications her family lives with every day. her husband george has congestive heart failture, and over the past few years they've been in and out of the hospital with scares and complications. couldn't breathe, i had to sit up to breathe, i couldn't lay down, it
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something liters of fluid out of my lungs. when things get bad, george expereinces terrible pressure and shortness of breath from the fluid that builds up in his system.but, the past month has been a ray of hope for the couple. george is the first patient at sioux city's mercy medical center to use a new tool to allow his doctor to monitor his health from home... and keep him out of the hopsital. it's a little device, about the size of a quarter, called a cardiomems. dr. jerome pierson says, "we place this device in the pulmonary artery and it sends a signal to one of the receivers that will tell us an estimate of the pressure inside the lungs. and when we use this device, we become proactive and we're able to treat patients, some times up to 30 days before their start having symptoms." dr. jerome pierson and his nurse, lynett, are able to keep a close eye on george's fluid levels through the information transmitted directly to their computers.
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through this data, increased pressure on the pulmonary artery can be spotted even before weight and blood pressure changes appear, which are often used as indirect measures of worsening heart failure. dr. pierson says, "we've been able to make some changes just based upon our numbers that i think prevented george from ending up in the hospital again." for george and linda, this adjustment in his care means a bit of normalcy has returned to their lives... and that's been life-changing. "it's still an uphill battle and it's proably going to be for the rest of my life, but it's going to be easier- i'm not going to sit there and wait until i fill up with fluid," says george. linda says, "just the fact that we can catch the fluid build-up early, is just a weight lifted off of my shoulders. they've actually really given me my husband back." " sabrina: elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam:
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advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of the day today as snow is expected and lots of people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move through western iowa during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1 to 3" west of the metro, but we could still see an inch or so here in des moines. grassy areas will be affected the most, but with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is just about here and it doesn't look too bad with highs back in the upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late friday night and should last throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday.
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a family-run business is a total loss after a fire wednesday morning. it happened at "auto parts on maury"- a salvage shop on maury street in des moines. family members running the business were there when it started- luckily no one was injured. but they say nearly everything was lost. stephanie: you can see flames shooting
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roof in this cell phone video sent to us from a viewer. it took fire crews an hour to get it under control. unfortunately, between the fire and pouring rain, they say not much can be saved. including a truck that was going to be a family's christmas present in just two days . " " supposed to be a christmas present, we were trying to get it out, the building fell on top of it" stephanie: des moines fire department is still trying to pinpoint the cause of this fire.we'll stephanie: a facebook post from a runnells man has gone viral -- all in the effort to help an altoona veteran. this post from jake holloway was posted yesterday and has had over 52- hundred shares already. he told local 5 on the phone today that he met a veteran in a walmart parking lot in altoona who was living in this jeep with his dog. the veteran named nick told holloway... he's fallen on hard time. he just got back from overseas and has a job -- but hasn't been paid yet.
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-more and more has gone viral - -more and more people have stopped by nick's jeep to donate food, money and pet supplies. one person even paid for a hotel room through monday. local 5 news went to the parking lot in an attempt to speak to nick. he wasn't there this morning. stephanie/1shot: over in west des moines...police are looking for two women who may be trying to get pills not prescribed to them. they were driving either a maroon suv or a white minivan- type car. the women have been involved in several prescription fraud cases in the metro. crime stoppers of centrla iowa is offering a 1- thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspects. you can call the number on your know anything about this case. stephanie: tornadoes hit the south wednesday afternoon, leaving at least three dead -- including a 7- year-old boy -- and injuring at least 40 more. two other people were missing, as the storms leveled homes. there were at least 21 reports of tornadoes, including a "large and extremely dangerous" one mississippi. where the seven killed, though no details about
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happened to him have been released yet. back here in central iowa-- there was a tornado watch issued earlier yesterday. it was a wet day, though, and we did get a little snow too. the big flakes melted as they came down, but it was a little jolt of christmas spirit... stephanie: coming up on good morning iowa... coach randy hinkel of the madrid high school football team was remembered by all in the community last night. we'll tell you how friends, family, and players paid tribute. stephanie: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...73- hundred block of north west 4th street and a second at the ...300 block of west walnut street (in elkhart) so take care on the roads today... stephanie: let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina
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schreier. this is good morning iowa." stephanie: we told you about unseasonable december weather hitting the southern states yesterday. here's flooding in louisiville kentucky. here in iowa, we received quite a bit of rain yesterday as well. it doesn't look like a white christmsa there in lousiville or here in the hawkeye state stephanie: (anchor toss to wx) sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib:
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advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of the day today as snow is expected and lots of people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move through western iowa during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1 to 3" west of the metro, but we could still see an inch or so here in des moines. grassy areas will be affected the most, but with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is just about here and it doesn't look too bad upper 30s to low 40s! friday night and throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday. stephanie: now turning to the madrid
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remembering their late coach. when you think about madrid football, it's hard not to think about randy hinkel. when you think about madrid football, it's hard not to think about randy hinkel. for the past 29 years, he led the tigers to the playoffs 25 times, winning a state title in 1991. the jungle was the place to be on friday nights. hinkel also had success on the track, winning 5 state titles. but it's his impact off the field of play that his players will remember most... "wednesday night up in madrid, hundreds and hundreds of people, current and former players, friends and family came to remember randy hinkel.
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also smiles and laughter... after 29 years, it's hard to imagine what madrid football would be without him. but it's e ven harder to imagine how different life would be for the people he impacted... "he coached my dad, he coached my older brother and he coached my older brother who's a senior this year." these players were a part of coach hinkel's last team and it doesn't take long for the stories and memories to come pouring out... "during the middle of practice, he goes 'luke how you going to be in shape when you come back?' i'm like of course, 'i've been running and stuff' i haven't. he goes, 'well how bout you start running until i tell you to stop. about a half hour later, i hear him and mr. perkins yelling, because he forgot me." "i don't know if i can say this, but he always kicked my ass when i needed it. whenever i knew i could be pushed further and didn't
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guy that pulled me aside, screamed at me and got me back going." "he's just talking normal and we're all getting ready for the game and hinkel turns and he just screams 'are you ready!?' it was awesome, it got us all excited and that was one of my favorite memories about hinkel and i'm going to miss him." as much as people will miss coach on the field, it's his impact off the field that will resonate forever. "i'll always remember his passion that he had for the game of football but not only for the game of football but passion for us as players and the community and he always wanted us to succeed after football and in life." "he doesn't care about himself, he doesn't care about the wins or losses, he cares about what you're learning, what he can teach you for life, how he can prepare you for the future and that's why everyone's here, because he did that for so many people and impacted so many lifes." "football's just a nice thing to have that he was a great coach and a great person, but he was an awesome guy outside, loved to joke around with us and ya he was a great guy and he'll be missed.. stephanie: a memorial fund has been set up in randy's name.
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the fund may be sent to city state bank in madrid. : stephanie: we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan.... with tech bytes. a japanese court gave the go-ahead for the restart of two hey there. in today's "techbytes" -- 360-degree video right on apple tv. >> it allows users to fully explore video from several companies, including disney, showtime, and discovery. the obamas and bidens are sharing their favorite holiday music on spotify. >> the top three are o tannenbaum. >> let it snow. by boyz ii men.
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the website is available in eight languages. it includes games, movies, and other activities. just don't tell your kids santa has skipped over your home. >> we now know how many kids will spend their day. those are your "techbytes." merry christmas. >> merry christmas. when your cold makes you wish... ...you could stay... ...in bed all day... ...you need the power of... new theraflu expressmax.
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on consumer matters... stephanie: the transportation security administration has issued a new rule for airport security screening. t-s-a screeners can now force anyone to go through body scanners, even if they want to opt out. before the change, passengers could choose a full body pat down instead of the body scanner. now t-s-a agents can require passengers to go through the scanner, even if they want to opt out. a t-s-a spokesperson says the scanner does not store personal information and improves threat detection for metallic and non-metallic objects that a pat-down might miss. the change comes amid heightened security concerns about terror plots on commercial airlines. stephanie: hyatt hotel officials are advising customers to monitor their payment card statements, after discovering malware hackers may have used to access customer credit card numbers. the malware was found on hyatt hotel computer systems used to process customer payments. the chicago- based resort chain is working with outside security experts to figure out
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have not confirmed whether any sensitive information was stolen by hackers. stephanie: every year tech toys get more and more popular under the christmas tree. there are some things to keep in mind, though, when giving or receiving these gifts. before using the internet on a new smartphone -- tablet -- or laptop -- go to the "settings" tab to adjust privacy options. if kids will use the gifts -- there may be additional options, like going through the parental controls in the settings. stephanie: that's a look at consumer matters this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first... time for a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning
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topping your headlines this morning... a local auto shop went up in flames wednesday morning, along with a special
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working on for christmas. stephanie: the madrid community is honoring its beloved coach randy hinkel, who passed away suddenly sunday night. elias: and crazy december weather is spreading across the states, with tornados in the south poppping up and causing some damage to communities. "you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " stephanie::: good morning, welcome to good morning iowa. i'm stephanie angleson. thanks for joining us on your christmas even morning! stephanie: weather is always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: a winter weather advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of the day today as snow is expected and lots of people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move through western iowa during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1
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here in des moines. grassy areas will be with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. to stay in the mid 30s night expected as 20s. christmas day is doesn't look too bad upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late should last the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday. stephanie:
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system swept through the country sparking tornadoes, killing several people in multiple states. officials are still searching for missing residents. abc's kenneth moton has the latest from washington. " caught on camera overnight... nat "oh! i think that's a tornado a-blowin' up!" a strong line of powerful and deadly storms churned up tornadoes from the midwest to the south last night. indiana, iowa, mississippi and tennesee survived nearly two dozen confirmed twisters that left 7 people dead and 40 more injured. natsot - "i can't stick around here - gotta go find some cover." in holly springs, northern mississippi, a 7 year old boy was among the dead. this region was under the biggest threat...about 4 million people took cover as a massive funnel cloud tore across the area. drivers were caught on the roads trying to
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escape. sot - "back it up! no! you ain't got time to turn around!" natsot - woman - "there's a tornado in front of us." man - "settle down." nat chainsaw in tennessee, the work to clear vital roads began overnight after those strong winds threw vehicles around, ripped down power lines and destroyed homes. tornado damage here...but out west, more severe weather. the roads were a snowy mess in utah impacting traffic. 80 mile per hour wind gust in mojave california tore the roof off this building and toppled tractor trailers on this major freeway. sot - it's scary. i don't like this truck rocking (kenneth standup close) big rigs were banned from that california highway until the winds died down. in the midwest and south, there are states of emergency as residents try to pick up the pieces on this christmas eve. kenneth moton, abc news washington. " stephanie: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: a winter weather advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of the day today as snow is expected and lots of people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move
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during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1 to 3" west of the metro, but we could still see an inch or so here in des moines. grassy areas will be affected the most, but with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is just about here and it doesn't look too bad with highs back in the upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late friday night and should last throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday.
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a wednesday morning fire hit a family business in the metro, leaving nearly nothing behind. auto parts on maury is ran by a 19 year old man, his younger cousins and a few close friends. many are working at the store to save money to go to college or to help pay other bills. they had just renovated the building and had been working on something extra special for christmas-- that was until the fire took it all away. " when i got out here theflames were 20-25 feet above the building " just before 10 am-- flames came shooting from the top of auto parts on maury... "we were in the first bay getting cans because my cousin wanted extra
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noticed the building had more smoke than usual" after checking a back room- silsby's cousin, the owner, noticed flames coming from the ceiling. he tried to stop the fire from spreading. "so he saw the flames on the cieling, grabbed the extinguisher, tried to put it out but by that time it was too much just had to get out of here" with heavy smoke taking over- silsby, his cousin and three other men tried to salvage what they could. including this truck they'd been working on for months. "probably ten seconds later i wouldve had flames right over my head" they were going to give it to their little brother for christmas this year. "supposed to be a christmas present, we were trying to get it out, the building fell on top of it,well we dont have time to get that " silsby said before the fire, they were wrapping up for the week, heading to the recycling center- then... to the mall for last minute shopping.
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shoppign today, thats what the cans were for" "it was wild, side started falling trying to get eveyrhting out they could but it was just a little too late i think" silsby said the rain helped slow the fire- but not before it took the newly renovated parts store completely. he's not sure when or if they'll start over again. "trying to piece it together, make it in to a... a better shop" stephanie: des moines fire department says the cause of the des moines fire department says the cause of the fire is still under investigation. they believe the building is a total loss- with tens of thousands of dollars in damage. reporting live claire powell local 5 news we are iowa. stephanie: coming up on good morning iowa... a california man has set up shop in west des moines with a huge rv and semi displaying he's running for president. he's excited to tell his story, but his neighbors aren't so happy about the eye sores on his lawn. stephanie: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...73- hundred block of north west
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the ...300 block of west walnut street (in elkhart) so take care on the roads today... stephanie: while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this! "your wathcing good elias johnson, sabrina
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meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: a winter weather advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of the day today as snow is expected and lots of people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move through western iowa during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1 to 3" west of the
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here in des moines. grassy areas will be affected the most, but with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is just about here and it doesn't look too bad with highs back in the upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late friday night and should last throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday.
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for president with names that, by now, you've they're spending iowa in the run- up to the caucuses. but there are also a whole bunch more who are just trying to catch a little bit of the national attention. and one of them west des moines neighborhood. his name is rocky de la fuente and there's a problem-- his neighbors and the city, don't want his campaign there. west des moines police say they've gotten complaints from neighbors who don't like his bus or semi visiable in the street... and officers say he is breaking a city ordninance by parking them in his drive. he's been ordered by police to move them within seven days. the candidate says he plans to move them sooner than that, but he wishes his neighbors had more patience. everybody has the right, i don't tell you what to do. i'm a good neighbor, i consider people but somtimes people should be more
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moer than two days to move in. rocky de la fuente is a san diego businessman who is running as a democrat. democrats are someone else besides hillary clinton. stephanie: we have more good morning iowa coming up right after the break... but first here's what's coming up on "good morning america." "good morning america tease " "you're watching good
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stephanie:
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to remember a beloved coach. stephanie madrid high school head coach randy hinkle died suddenly of a heart attack on sunday. along with football, hinkel also coached track and field for the tigers-- he coached 5 state championship teams and produced numerous individual state winners. he's been at the helm of those teams for nearly 30 years. stephanie: tonight -- hundreds of people gathered in the school colors -- black and orange -- for visitation services in the gym. students, colleagues and longtime friends alike joined in to support each other -- and to share their favorite memories of the coach, which weren't just about football. " it's definitely ... the way he connects with his players. the amount of care he has is insane, he cares what he can teach you for the future, that's why so many people are here, he impacted so many lives. stephanie: a memorial fund has been set up
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bank in madrid. we'll have more on hinkel's life and legacy coming up in sports. stephanie: time for another short break...but before we go let's get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at west mixmaster [current conditions] sam says ??? he's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast next... good morning
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independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green a winter weather advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of
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people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move through western iowa during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1 to 3" west of the metro, but we could still see an inch or so here in des moines. grassy areas will be affected the most, but with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is
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doesn't look too bad with highs back in the upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late friday night and should last throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday. sam toss back. stephanie: a man in
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the holiday spirit, and the nice weather on the east coast is allowing him to deliver presents a little differently this year. take a look. " instead of santa on a sleigh, it's santa on a bike. and the presents he's delivering are christmas trees. riding down the street is probably the most interestingthing when ive got two or three big trees loaded in the
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yo santa. santa is joe rider of evergrfeen delivery, he says his business took root four years ago and has been growing quickly. i mean i had a little cart and i was using it to do some farmers market work and farmers market transport and i just rolled by by mickeys flower market which is right by my neighborhood and i said hey rickey, wh ydon't we try to do some of these christmas trees by bike, and he said sure, have at it. that first year he had delivered 30 trees. this year, he'll drop off 240. i get a lot of business from bike enthusiasts and environmentally friendly people and just people who want a christmas tree but can't do it themselves." all: (reax) stephanie: a final look at
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need to know before you head out the door... right after this. stephanie:
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stephanie: it was an emotional gathering last night in madrid as hundreds and hundreds of people gathered to remember coach randy hinkel. there were tears, but also smiles and laughter as current and former players, friends and family came together to look back on his 29 years at the high school. stephanie: in the number two spot this morning... stephanie: presidential candidates like to make a splash when they come to town-- with mega events or celebrity endorsements. one man in west des moines, however,.. is getting noticed for something that's in his front driveway... which has become a neighborhood controversy. stephanie: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... stephanie: family-run business is a
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morning. it happened at "auto parts on maury"- a salvage shop on maury street in des moines. family members running the business were there when it started- luckily no one was injured. but they say nearly everything was lost. sabrina: elias: number four... stephanie: though the metro heard a few thunder claps yesterday afternoon, we missed the tornados that hit the south and over in parts of western illinois. communities down there are recuperating after a string of strong storms and tornados whipped through last night. stephanie: and finally in the top five... stephanie: black lives matter protesters caused huge disruptions for mall of america shoppers and holiday travelers at the minneapolis - saint paul international airport. they were protesting the deadly shooting of jamar clark by minneapolis police - and the way law enforcement is handling the investigation. stephanie: sam is in with a final look at central iowa's most accurate forecast... sam final weather adlib a winter weather advisory is in place across western iowa through the end of the day today as snow is expected and lots of people will be on the road travelling. snow showers will move
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during the morning hours and slowly fade out across central iowa during the afternoon. accumulations will generally be around 1 to 3" west of the metro, but we could still see an inch or so here in des moines. grassy areas will be affected the most, but with the freeze overnight roads in western iowa will likely get a bit slick under the fresh snow during the morning. highs today are going to stay in the mid 30s with an even colder night expected as lows fall intot he mid 20s. christmas day is just about here and it doesn't look too bad with highs back in the upper 30s to low 40s! rain returns late friday night and should last throughout parts of the day saturday. sunday looks dry and cold as of now, and we are still eyeing a big system poised to give us a mess of rain, ice and snow around next monday and tuesday, so try and get any holiday travel done on sunday. sabrina elias: thanks for watching! good morning america starts right now. have a good day everybody! " nexstar copyright" good mornining, amera.
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